16 June 2020
Occupational Safety and Health Policy Indicators
In a changing world of work, questions about the scope of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) monitoring and the most reliable OSH policy indicators are becoming increasingly important. Different expectations and changes in working life are major challenges that affect the ability of traditionally used OSH indicators to reflect the most important and relevant OSH issues and to evaluate OSH policy actions and their impact. Existing European and national OSH monitoring systems are still evolving to provide relevant data and useful OSH policy indicators.
Central Institute for Labour Protection – National Research Institute (CIOP-PIB),
The workshop aims to bring together a group of senior researchers and others experts of the InGRID-related scientific community involved in OSH monitoring, policymakers and other stakeholders who are involved in OSH policy development.
The aim of the expert workshop is to discuss the main conceptual and methodological issues related to OSH monitoring and OSH policy indicators, with a particular focus on indicators and sets of indicators proposed and used by various international, European and national bodies, and to consider the future needs for new OSH indicators.
EUR 0: Potential applicants are expected to fill in the application form before 31st March 2020, including a short motivation. Applicants for this expert workshop are also invited to share their experience with other participants during the discussion.
Accordingly, applicants are expected to describe shortly (in about 300 words) their experience in the field, how this experience relates to the expert workshop topic, and how other participants may benefit from learning about this experience.
All applications will be evaluated by CIOP-PIB, and candidates will be informed at the latest on 25th April 2020 about their participation in the expert workshop. Priority will be given to applicants submitting a paper to be presented during the event.
Participation in this workshop is free of charge, and participants can receive a reimbursement of travel and subsistence costs in accordance with InGRID’s terms and conditions. Participants are expected to attend the full duration of the event. No full attendance may result in the organising partner not reimbursing the associated expenses. More information can be found in the financial information document (available soon).